The Anatomy of Mobile Phone Usage

July 2, 2014

Mobile phones are often referred as an extension of ourselves. We use them all the time, even in the most incongruous times or places. Good news, here’s a an interesting infographic that give some very valuable insights on how we use our mobile phones. Source


The iPhone Era

June 26, 2014

There are two worlds we have now inhabited, the world before the iPhone and the world after. The iPhone has come along and revolutionized what we expect from a mobile device and the ways in which we use our mobile devices. Just how much has changed in the last few years? Take a look and […]


Androids Are Taking Over

June 8, 2014

Androids are everywhere and they will stop at nothing short of world domination. This infographic looks at everything Android from market shares to the future of the phones. It would appear that the Androids are here to stay. Source


Are We Wired for Mobile Learning?

December 3, 2013

This Infographic poster is an excellent visual summary about m-learning (mobile learning) and the changing nature of our students as being “digital natives”. The poster will also inform you about how m-learning is changing the way we learn and teach using mobile devices. Source


Smartphone Pillowtalk

November 27, 2013

This infographic provides information for where different types of smart phone users put their phones when they go to sleep. It also provides statistical information for how often people use their smartphones, how often they check them and how many times a night they look at their phones.


AT&T Vs. Verizon iPhone 4 Comparison: Which one to Buy

November 18, 2013

The iPhone has been a hot commodity ever since it hit store shelves and the iPhone 4 is the latest and greatest in cell phone technology. It used to be that the only way to sport an iPhone was to sign a contract with cell phone provider AT&T but Verizon jumped in the race and […]

How Your Website Loses 7% of Potential Contact

How Your Website Loses 7% of Potential Contact

June 30, 2012

Download speed matters. And it is time to get serious about it. A one-second delay could result in 7 percent fewer conversions, 11 percent fewer page views, or even a 16 percent decrease in customer satisfaction. Over the last 15 years, I’ve told that to clients and it’s been confirmed by third-party research. So if […]